Fri

14

Mar

2014

Wolves - How They Changed The Course of the River

SORRY. If you are in China

and are trying to see this video

(http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=91e_1392504581),

the Chinese government is blocking it.

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Fri

12

Apr

2013

Big-picture thinking needed to protect nature

David Suzuki Foundation

March 21, 2013

 

Photo: Big-picture thinking needed to protect natureToday, more than 65 per cent of the Peace region has felt the impact of industrial development, leaving little intact habitat for sensitive, endangered species such as caribou to feed, breed or roam. (Credit: Gerry via Flickr)

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Sun

24

Mar

2013

Current Thinking

From The New York Times  

By HEATHER ROGERS 

Published: June 3, 2007

 

When Mayor Michael Bloomberg recently announced his vision of development in New York City over the next 25 years, he highlighted a plan to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions by 30 percent. To anyone who has studied the history of power consumption in the United States, his proposal sounded a curious echo. New York, after all, was home to one of the country’s first central power stations, built by Thomas Edison in 1882. No individual deserves more credit, or blame, for America’s voracious electricity consumption than Edison, who conceived not only that generating station but also the notoriously inefficient incandescent bulb and a slew of volt-thirsty devices.

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Mon

18

Mar

2013

Uruguay’s “poor” president is a unique leader

David Suzuki Foundation

 

 

Photo Credit: Nicolás Eduardo Feredjian

From: David Suzuki <subscribers@davidsuzuki.org>
Date: Fri, Mar 8, 2013 at 8:51 AM
Subject: Science Matters: Uruguay’s “poor” president is a unique leader

 

When bright young idealists share their environmental concerns with me, I encourage them to get involved in politics. That’s where decisions have to be made about the severe ecological problems we face. 


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